BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS (K-12)

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Our after school programs teach the skills of over 20 traditional and hybrid sports in a single program. This sports sampling approach allows all students to enhance their physical literacy – that is, the ability to move with competence and confidence using a broad range of physical skills in a variety of environments.

Fundamental Skills

Agility
Balance
Coordination
Running
Jumping
Leaping
Throwing
Catching
Kicking
Striking
Swinging

Sports

Soccer
Basketball
Baseball
Football
Volleyball
Bowling
Tennis
Golf
Badminton
Field Hockey

 

Hybrid Sports

Kickball
Blasterball
Base-ketball
Netball
Zipball
Ten pin soccer
Monsterball
Rollerball
Plus many MORE!

 

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS (18months – 6 years)

JOEYS | 18 months to 4 years

From catching, throwing, kicking and movement activities, the JOEYS learn fundamental movement skills in a fun, challenging and supportive environment. JOEYS build their confidence and develop important social skills such as listening, taking direction and socializing in a group with other children and parents. There are two JOEY stages – 18 months to 3 years (JOEYS 1) and 3 to 4 years (JOEYS 2). The sessions are 45 minutes in length, with JOEYS being active and engaged for the whole time, along with their parent who is assisting them 100% of the time. The sessions are jam packed with activity and variations are introduced frequently, so that a JOEY is focused and active at all times.

Joeys 1 focuses on soccer, baseball, basketball, football and athletics. Joeys 2 introduces more complex soccer, baseball, basketball and football skills, plus covers the skills of field hockey, tennis and bowling. This gives each JOEY a taste of a wide range of sports and helps them to find the one/s they love!

WALLABIES | 4 years to 6 years

Children will have more independent learning (although parents can still play a role in the sessions) and progress their skills to a level that will give them a head start into team sports. Classes give a more in depth experience of a different sport each week, including some non-contact, non-competitive game play, integrating more complex skills for each sport. Additional skills relevant for sports such as golf, volleyball and badminton will also be introduced to further enhance fundamental skills.